Cosmeston Lakes Country Park: Map, plan, Info and images of the park
This is East Lake looking towards the bridge between it and West Lake. The gulls are mainly found on E lake and some wildfowl, but everything clears off to W lake when there's sailing or canoeing. The ledges along the shoreline to the left of the bridge sometimes have Common Sandpiper in autumn or spring. In Jul 2011 there were an amazing 12, the most I have seen there. This is quite a good spot for observing the wintering ducks. From the bridge looking left you get a good view of the west lake reeds .
Cosmeston Lakes Country Park: Cosmeston
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